i need to display the values which are in StringTable format(i.e., the values are in rows and columns). anyone please help me out.
When you loop through the string table output in your DSP, the string table reduces to a string list.
Later you can reference each of the fields in the stringTable usingstringTable,stringTable,stringTable,… so on.
assuming the output of your service is giving “stringTable” output
I need it in DSP commands.If i tried with “%value StringTable%” is not working.
DSP syntax for showing StringList or recordList given from the service output.
I’m not getting the value.
I’m having three column in the StringTable like City,Temperature and population.
If i’m using,
I’m getting only blank values. Please give me the syntax to Retrieve the values from each column.(it should be like California 20 100,000 )
There can be several problems here I would sugest to print out all your scope data to see what your DSP page has as data at that point.
You can use this code to try:
%value $key% %value%<br>
This should list all variable names and their data of your scope DSP
Make use DSP Scope functionlity and code the DSP template page this way.
%scope wrapperRecord% (wrapperRecord is the RootTag of StringTable
Hi i am a new user to webmethods and this is the requirement .
How to parse, and get a particular data from a mail using webmethods flow service.For example from a mail i want to get the customer_id,name something like that… which is inside the mail.can u pls guide to solve that.
Check this link,i have replied the same to Khan
Looks like you both work for a same company and both posted the similar question.
Seems that we don’t have answer here.
I have the same problem. Actually I tried many variants and it was unsuccessful. Did anyone knows the solution of this issue?
I think bash above had it right:
Give that a try and let us know if that works.
Thanks for reply, but I have:
Hi one more time,
Ok! I think I have the result:
%end% The process: each line in stringTable = column on output template. Best regards,
<TD> %value All% </TD> <TD> %value All% </TD> <TD> %value All% </TD> <TD> %value All% </TD> <TD> %value All% </TD> <TD> %value All% </TD>